Welcome to Throw-Down Thursday, that sacred time we take each week to answer your most pressing gardening questions with honesty, sensitivity, insight, and — most important — the 1001% correctness you’ve come to expect. Let’s get right to it. Question: My gardenia was frozen this winter and the leaves are still brown. When should I prune off the dead stuff? […]
Usually blue hydrangeas occur in acidic soil. So, growing blue hydrangeas when you have alkaline soils is a huge challenge. Find out what causes pink hydrangeas to turn blue and how it can be done if you have alkaline soils.
“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” Albert Einstein I’ve got a secret. There’s one simple thing you can do that will have a positive influence on our planet – and you. Poppies I see on my daily nature walk Experience a Nature Walk. 30 minutes...
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